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Join host Heather Horn and our ESG specialists for our next quarterly discussion of the latest ESG accounting and reporting developments in the US and abroad. Stay current on the ESG trends impacting domestic and multinational companies.
We're offering two sessions for this webcast. Register February 17 or March 2. Since the content for these sessions is the same, participants are only eligible to receive up to 1.5 CPE credits in the field of accounting for attending one session.
Join host Heather Horn and our National Office specialists for our Q1 2022 discussion of key accounting and financial reporting considerations as companies close out the quarter.
We're offering three sessions for this webcast. Register March 16, March 22, or March 31. Since the content for these sessions is the same, participants are only eligible to receive up to 1.5 CPE credits in the field of accounting for attending one session.
How should your company report on ESG? From annual reports to corporate sustainability reports to public commitments, PwC specialists help you understand how to do required and voluntary ESG reporting. We address the global reporting landscape, including the SEC's proposal on climate disclosure and the IFRS Foundation's Sustainability Standards Board, and leading practices on ESG reporting (CPE-eligible).
Join host Heather Horn and our guests as they share their perspectives on issues facing preparers as they approach year-reporting season. We also cover the AICPA-SEC conference on accounting developments, the business impact of what is happening in Washington DC, and more (CPE-eligible).
Kathryn Kaminsky and Wes Bricker, PwC’s Vice Chairs and Trust Solutions Co-Leaders, along with a group of other PwC specialists, share the latest on several hot topics that are relevant to year-end reporting.
Join host Heather Horn and keynote speakers Todd Castagno, Morgan Stanley, and Patrick Finnegan, Fitch Ratings, as they share their perspectives on financial reporting. PwC specialists also address what is going on in Washington and the potential accounting and reporting implications, top SEC comment letter themes, updates on FASB standard setting, and more (CPE-eligible).
What ESG information should be included in the financial statements and how should finance teams consider ESG? PwC specialists go step-by-step to help you understand the accounting and disclosure requirements for all things ESG (CPE-eligible).
In this webcast Linda Gooden, Director at Bright Health Group, Home Depot, and General Motors, is joined by PwC’s cyber leaders, to discuss how the threat landscape is changing, the latest on regulatory developments, and how companies and boards are staying on top of cyber risk.
Listen to a CPE-eligible replay of our September 22 webcast for a detailed discussion of updates on accounting hot topics, overview of amendments to MD&A, updates on tax and infrastructure proposals and impacts on the TMT market.
With many internal audit functions in the midst of conducting their annual risk assessments and developing their audit plans, we've identified three hot topics that continue to be of focus for the c-suite and audit committee and should be on IA’s radar - cyber, fraud and ESG.
In this webcast, host Heather Horn is joined by keynote speaker Paul Munter, SEC Acting Chief Accountant, who shares his perspectives on the SEC’s agenda. National office specialists also discuss key accounting and financial reporting considerations as companies close out Q2 (CPE-eligible).
PwC’s ESG specialists discuss the current state of ESG, and what finance teams need to know in this rapidly-evolving area. We break down the stakeholder demand for information on environmental, social, and governance initiatives; the public policy responses in the US and abroad; the benefits to companies of transparency in this area; and how to consider the related accounting and reporting considerations both inside and outside the financial statements (CPE-eligible).
Companies and boards are being confronted with risks at an unprecedented rate. How companies navigate them now can determine success in the future, and board members have a critical role to play. Join PwC leaders to learn about five risks that companies and boards need to have on their radar—and what directors need to know about addressing them.
Listen to a CPE-eligible replay of our April 21 webcast for an in-depth discussion on lease accounting issues in the current environment.
Listen to a CPE-eligible replay of our May 19 webcast for a detailed discussion of accounting for revenue from contracts with customers.
PwC’s National Professional Services Group's quarterly webcast is designed to keep you informed about emerging accounting, regulatory, and market developments impacting financial reporting (CPE-eligible).
Trust Solutions Senior Marketing Manager, PwC US